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    Eleni Contiades-Tsitsoni: Hymenaios und Epithalamion: das Hochzeitslied in der frühgriechischen Lyrik. (Beiträge zur Altertumskunde, 16.) Pp. 137. Stuttgart: Teubner, 1990. DM 34. [REVIEW]Christopher G. Brown - 1992 - The Classical Review 42 (01):201-.
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    Vipers and Lost Youth: A Note on Old Age in Early Greek Epic.Christopher G. Brown - 2014 - Classical Quarterly 64 (2):825-828.
    It is well known that in early Greek epic old age was something that could be scraped off a man, and it is the purpose of this note to explore the image and to suggest a possible origin. The idea is first attested in a counterfactual conditional sentence in Phoenix's speech atIl.9.445–6: ‘nor even if [a god] himself were to undertake to render me young and flourishing after scraping off old age …’ ; in a description of Medea's magical rejuvenation (...)
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    The Power of Aphrodite: Bacchylides 17,10.Christopher G. Brown - 1991 - Mnemosyne 44 (3-4):327-335.
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    Hymenaios Und Epithalamion: Das Hochzeitslied in der Frühgriechischen Lyrik. [REVIEW]Christopher G. Brown - 1992 - The Classical Review 42 (1):201-201.
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    Empousa, Dionysus and the Mysteries: Aristophanes, Frogs 285ff.Christopher G. Brown - 1991 - Classical Quarterly 41 (01):41-.
    In Frogs Aristophanes presents the comic katabasis of Dionysus, whose quest is to bring back the recently deceased Euripides and restore him to the Athenian literary scene. In the prologue Dionysus and his slave, Xanthias, seek out Heracles and ask his advice about the journey below. After some comic play, as they consider various short-cuts, Heracles finally gives Dionysus a serious lesson in Underworld geography . The various items on this itinerary – Charon, terrifying beasts, filth and excrement, sinners, μσται (...)
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    In the Cyclops' Cave: Revenge and Justice in Odyssey 9.Christopher G. Brown - 1996 - Mnemosyne 49 (1):1-29.
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